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colt

noun [C]     /kəʊlt/ US  /koʊlt/
a young male horse under the age of four (四歲以下的)小馬駒,小公馬 →  Compare filly Animal youngHorses and similar animals coltish     /ˈkəʊl.tɪʃ/ US  /ˈkoʊl-/ adjective describes a person who is young and energetic but awkward (人)小馬駒似的,活蹦亂跳的,活潑但笨拙的 coltish limbs 有活力的四肢 Energetic and lively
Translations of “colt”
in Vietnamese ngựa non…
in Spanish potro…
in Thai ลูกม้าตัวผู้อายุไม่เกิน 4 ปี…
in Malaysian anak kuda jantan…
in French poulain…
in German das Füllen…
in Indonesian anak kuda…
in Russian жеребенок…
in Turkish tay…
in Chinese (Simplified) (4岁以下的)小公马,雄马驹…
in Polish źrebak…
(Definition of colt noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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